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Dragon Mountain – Katie & Kevin Tsang

Series: Dragon Realms #1Genre: FantasyAudience: Middle GradeLength: 319 pagesDate of Publication: 3rd September 2020 by Simon & Schuster UKPurchase: Amazon | Waterstones | Wordery | Book Depository Katie & Kevin Tsang - Website | Twitter (Katie) Twitter (Kevin)| Goodreads Book is mine and all opinions are entirely my own. Book Synopsis Deep within the mountain,… Continue reading Dragon Mountain – Katie & Kevin Tsang

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Hold Back The Tide by Melinda Salisbury

Book Information: Series: N/A StandaloneGenre: Thriller | ParanormalAudience: Young Adult Page Count: 300Date of Publication: 5th March 2020 by ScholasticPurchase: Amazon | Waterstones | Book Depository| Wordery Melinda Salisbury: Website | Goodreads | TwitterBook is mine and all thoughts are my own. Synopsis (taken from Goodreads) Everyone knows what happened to Alva's mother, all those… Continue reading Hold Back The Tide by Melinda Salisbury

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Thomas Wildus and the Book of Sorrows

Series: The Elandrian Chronicles #1Genre: FantasyAudience: Middle GradeLength: 352 pages (paperback)Date of Publication: 2nd February 2019 by Elandrian PressPurchase: Amazon | Book Depository I have no affiliation, links are there for ease if interested.J.M.Bergen: Goodreads | Website | Finished copy received by Book Publicity Services in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect… Continue reading Thomas Wildus and the Book of Sorrows

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#athomeYALC Wrap Up

If COVID-19 wasn't sweeping the world and causing complete chaos, this past weekend would have been YALC and LFCC. Our bodies would be achy from all the standing around and hauling books left, right and centre, we'd be running on single-digit hours of sleep, and we'd be endlessly fanning ourselves down because the Olympia doesn't… Continue reading #athomeYALC Wrap Up

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Review: All Fall Down – Sally Nicholls

Statistics: Format - UK PaperbackNumber of Pages - 268Genre - Historical FictionMG/YA/A - YASeries/Standalone - StandaloneDate of publication - 5th September 2019Publisher - Andersen Press Ltd Disclaimer - All Fall Down is based on The Black Death, the deadliest pandemic in our history. If you are not comfortable reading or knowing about a pandemic whilst… Continue reading Review: All Fall Down – Sally Nicholls

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My First Five Tailored Recommendations from StoryGraph

On my last post, I talked about StoryGraph and why it is becoming one of my favourite platforms for recommendations and organising books. One feature I mentioned but didn't go into full detail about is the "Ordered for You" feature that is based on a survey you fill out about your reading preferences. The main… Continue reading My First Five Tailored Recommendations from StoryGraph

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StoryGraph – Another Reason For That Personal Push Away From Goodreads

Up until a couple of weeks ago, it was either Goodreads or nothing for everyone in the online book community who wanted to organise and share their bookish thoughts on a large platform. However, quite a lot of us via Twitter suddenly came across a couple of other platforms and apps rivalling Goodreads that had… Continue reading StoryGraph – Another Reason For That Personal Push Away From Goodreads

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Mid-Year Book Catchup Tag 2020

It has been a while since I've had the motivation to blog or even talk about books but I've done some blog modifications today and it has spurred me to try writing some posts again. As it is this time of year, I thought I would start off with the Mid-Year Book Catchup Tag. I've… Continue reading Mid-Year Book Catchup Tag 2020

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February Wrap Up: My Month of Pure Magical Escapism

February is the month for books about books, books about doors, books about missing stories, and books that take me away from reality. They're the fantasies I love reading because they remind me why I love books and reading. They're magic. February is dedicated to three books, two of which I finished, and the third… Continue reading February Wrap Up: My Month of Pure Magical Escapism